Plenty of vehicles can go from zero to 60 miles per hour in a handful of seconds, but a recently upgraded 1968 Ford Mustang is putting them all to shame. The Zombie 222 package for Mustangs, created by Mitch Medford, is helping a 1968 Ford Mustang hit the 60 mph in just two seconds.
Medford is currently planning on converting many old Mustangs into modern electric drag racers, using innovative technologies that have never been seen before. If its zero to 60-time is any indication, we’d say that this Zombie 222 Mustang is a pretty good advertisement.
This powerful vehicle hosts two electric motors, which combine to produce more than 800 horsepower and 1,800 pound-feet of torque. The Zombie 22 Package also allows the ’69 ‘Stang to hit an astounding top speed of 175 mph, leaving its competition in the dust.
You can check out a test run of the 1968 Mustang with Zombie 222 package here.
With each new model, the brilliant designers at Ford make the F-150 better and better. Similarly, with each year, game designers meet from all over the world at the E3 convention, to show off the latest in gaming. When these two worlds combine, what do you get? A Halo-inspired Ford F-150.
The Ford F-150 Halo Sandcat looks like it came straight out of the Microsoft game franchise, down to the finest detail – including a United Nations Space Command decal. The double cab would provide plenty of room for your attack team, while the green color reflects the game’s landscape. Add the special edition pickup truck’s matte finish, and you have one vehicle that is ready to take on anything the Halo franchise has to offer.
You can check out some pictures of this clever geekery here. Sadly, the vehicle is not for sale, and there are currently on plans to go full production on this bad boy, though the Halo fanbase definitely wishes otherwise.